I enjoyed the previous book and hoped for another engaging story. This was a very long, tedious rehash with a bit of history mixed in. Hoping for better from this author.
I skipped a lot about Wisconsin. He would get a suspenseful storyline and poof! goes back in time that was boring. I didn't get the connection until the end. when I did, my thought was "so what?"
Scott Brick again saved the book. He could narrate the dictionary and I'd buy it.
Wordy, confusing sub plots that go back and forth! Scott brick save the audiobook. Not sure why I bought this book! Another disappointment!
I loved the plot and story line overall. The characters were engaging. There was great build up to the end and ultimate delivery of a dramatic ending. The story was complex and keeps you guessing. I loved it! The narration is very stylized in what reminds me of an old detective novel.
Although I didn't find the story really believable, it was a good listen. But I guess it is fiction! Scott Brick, as is usually the case, did a great job narrating. I thought this book was more entertaining than the first one, If you like Brad Meltzer and Scott Brick, then I think it was worth the listen
It really needed a more compelling, interesting and believable plot. It needed a real protagonist. There was not a single likeable character in the entire book.
Not from the genre, but certainly from the author and narrator.
The narrator's monotonous, singsong voice was extremely irritating. I am not sure what would help.
I did learn something about the assassins of former US Presidents.
I read about one book every two weeks, and have done so for about 40 years. I can not recall a more worthless book.